January 7, 2023
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Shadowbanning Is Big Tech’s Big Problem

Shadowbanning is the practice of limiting the visibility of certain users or content on social media without their knowledge or consent, and can be seen as a form of

Shadowbanning is a highly controversial topic in the world of online communication and social media. It refers to the practice of limiting the visibility of certain users or content without their knowledge or consent. This can be seen as a form of censorship that can have serious consequences for individuals and organizations.

At Mention (also known as Mention by Kaana), we stand against shadowbanning and believe in the importance of open and transparent communication. We understand that it can be difficult to find a balance between allowing free expression and maintaining a respectful and safe online community, but we are committed to finding fair and transparent ways to do so.

It's worth noting that shadowbanning is not always easy to detect. Many users may not even realize that their content is being hidden or that their reach has been limited. This can make it difficult for individuals and organizations to know if they have been shadowbanned and to understand why.

We encourage all users to speak out against shadowbanning and to support platforms that value transparency and open communication. We believe that every user has the right to be heard and to have their content seen, and we are committed to building a healthy and thriving online community that values open and transparent communication. Join us in this effort and let's work together to reject shadowbanning and other forms of censorship.

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